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“Book Spine Poem” Featured Poet – Monique Shante

Congratulations to this week’s poetry prompt winner, Monique Shante!  Her blog explores flash fiction and poetry (but her About Me page is a must-read of 25 fascinating facts)…and her response to the challenge, “Create a Book Spine Poem by layering titles to make a meaningful statement” celebrates all things literary.

Following is her original poem, How Fiction Works:

How fiction works:

Invisible man playing in the dark

Kicking tongues just above my head–

The art of the story!

Book List:

How Fiction Works by James Wood

Invisible Man by Ralph Ellison

Playing in the Dark by Toni Morrison

Kicking Tongues by Karen King-Aribisala

Just Above My Head by James Baldwin

The Art of the Story by Daniel Halpern

Thanks to all the participants in the Reason 2 Rhyme weekly poetry prompt, and here is a sneak peek at next week’s challenge…

Write a poem in the disguise of a postcard message. Continue by writing a reply postcard message.

The prompt page will be live on Monday, August 6, with a place to post your poem in the comment section, or link directly to your page.  Can’t wait to see what everyone comes up with next!

Click here to find out more about Reason 2 Rhyme!

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7 thoughts on ““Book Spine Poem” Featured Poet – Monique Shante

  1. Thanks so much, this is awesome! I’m honored to be a featured poet & I really did enjoy creating the poem. The prompt was a great one, I hadn’t realized how inspiring book spines could be. Also glad you found my “About Me” page fascinating! Thanks again!

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